Buy Here http://www.esslinger.com/watch-hand-removing-tool.aspx This is the most economically friendly watch hand remover on the market. It has fiber tips which will not mar or scratch the watch dial. The jaws are sturdy and retract when side springs are pressed, applying balanced and specific pressure on the dial and opening of the hands. The center plunger holds the hands firmly in position, so together the jaws and plunger will hold your watch hands steadily and securely in place and allow you to easily position them while you service the watch. The design of the tool uses springs and tension to balance the pressure applied at each point taking all of the guesswork and much of the risk out of this procedure making this a very handy tool for the hobbyist and professional. • Watch hand removing tool assist in removing hands from almost all watches • Will work to remove most hour, minute, sweep (second) and chronograph hands • Tool is spring loaded making it very simple to use, just squeeze the outer bands together and the tool does the rest • Overall dimensions: 3.9" X 1.3" X 0.6" inches (99 X 33 X 16mm) Subscribe to our channel and get updates on new videos here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=EsslingerCompany
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Replacement tips for the Bergeon 7404, a Swiss made tool recommended for quartz watch hand replacement and attaching. These fine watchmakers tools have two ends with replaceable nylon tips that protect the watch face and dial from scratches or marring. Features solid aluminum body and knurled grip that are both lightweight and sturdy for delicate work. Double ended and color coded for various size watch hands and posts. Tips are made of nylon and non marring, available in 0.50, 0.80, 1.00, 1.50mm and a concave and flat brass ended tip.
- Protective nylon ends are replaceable and will not scratch watch face
- Flat end is made of brass
- Tip sizes: 0.50, 0.80, 1.00, 1.50mm and a concave and flat brass
- Swiss Made
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